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Andrew's Plug-ins

Andrew's Plug-ins is a series of Photoshop compatible plug-in sets from Graphicxtras that add all sorts of amazing effects to your images.



Andrew's Plug-ins is a series of Photoshop compatible plug-in sets from Graphicxtras that add all sorts of amazing effects to your images.

Each series is individually previewed -- for the series that are not previewed yet, we'll add them to this list subsequently:

Series 01
Series 02
Series 03
Series 04
Series 05
Series 06
Series 07
Series 08
Series 09
Series 10
Series 11
Series 12
Series 13
Series 14
Series 15
Series 16
Series 17
Series 18
Series 19



Once you get the full or demo versions of these plug-ins, all you need to do is unzip the plug-in (8bf) files and place them in Photoshop's plug-in folder. Make sure that you quit Photoshop before copying these files -- the plug-in will be available inside Photoshop's Filters menu the next time you use Photoshop.


How To Use

Andrew's Plug-ins are a series of 19 Photoshop plug-in sets -- each set comprises several individual filters. Rather than explain the interface for every individual set or filter, I'm just going to explain a sample interface here since all filters do share the same interface. The sliders and options might differ from filter to filter -- but most of the options do work the same way.

In this sample tutorial, we are exploring the interface of a filter from one of the plug-ins in Series 03.

  1. Open an image in Photoshop.

  2. Choose Filter | AP-Blur | Blur - ShakeMix. (see Figure 1)

    Blur - ShakeMix option
    Figure 1: Blur - ShakeMix option

  3. This launches the interface (see Figure 2), which includes parameters for the selected effect.

    AP-Blur | Blur - ShakeMix interface
    Figure 2:
    AP-Blur | Blur - ShakeMix interface

    The Interface is divided into four parts which are quite easy to use, as explained below:

    1. Parameters for the selected effect, which includes sliders with which the effect can be set as required.

    2. This part has blending modes and Advanced options so that you can save presets for future use. Reset sets all values back to their default settings, and Open preset allows you to open saved preset settings.

    3. Here you can set size for the thumbnail preview by using the zoom option, apply an effect to the image by choosing OK, to go back to the Photoshop environment without making any changes by clicking Cancel.

      The other four options Xtreme, Color, Blend and Gray are quick random effects, click them multiple times to see random variations -- this can cook up some great effects.

    4. The Preview area shows the changes as you apply them.


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